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Lab 2.3 - the instructions say to use the "public IP address of the node"...

Ryan-Chase
Ryan-Chase Posts: 12
edited March 2020 in LFD259 Class Forum

In Lab 2.3 the instructions say to use the "public IP address of the node". Should the instructions instead read "the public IP address of the pod", or "the public IP address of the service?". If it's truly the IP address of the node, then I assume I'd run kubectl get nodes worker -o wide, but there's not an EXTERNAL-IP associated with the node. The example in instructions reference that the IP in their case is 35.238.3.83, however it's unclear where this came from since it's not shown in the output of any of the commands...

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  • chrispokorni
    chrispokorni Posts: 1,458

    Hi Ryan,

    You could try your GCP console to find the public IPs of your nodes.

    Pods do not have public IP addresses since the pod network is private. The service in this scenario does not have a public IP associated with it either.

    Regards,
    -Chris

  • @chrispokorni
    That makes sense. Thank you.

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